The 8MP camera seems to be the same one lifted from the One X as all the features, including burst mode, are present. Another reason why we think it’s the same one is because the One S also has some issues focusing in macro mode. This seems to be a software glitch and we hope HTC can fix this. Burst mode works splendidly, just like it did on the One X although I did feel the One X had a slight edge with the quad-core CPU. I noticed at times that the camera will not engage burst mode immediately. Even if I continue holding the shutter, there’s a slight lag before it kicks in.
One of the best camera interfaces
Plenty of depth of field effects make for some stunning photos
Another outdoor shot
Shot in burst mode. Notice there's no blurring anywhere
Macro shots are good but it does have trouble focusing on smaller objects
Updated 20 May, 2013, 8:22 pm IST
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